Person:Christopher Huntington (2)

m. 11 May 1623
  1. Christopher Huntington1624 - est 1691
  2. Deacon Simon Huntington1629 - 1706
  • HChristopher Huntington1624 - est 1691
  • WRuth Rockwellest 1633 - 1683
m. 7 Oct 1652
  1. Christopher Huntington1653/54 - 1655
  2. Ruth Huntington1658 - 1683
  3. Christopher Huntington1660 - 1735
  4. Thomas HUNTINGTON1664 - 1732
  5. John Huntington1666 - BEF 1703
  6. Susannah Huntington1668 - 1727
  7. Lydia Huntington1672 -
  8. Anne Huntington1675 - 1756
Facts and Events
Name[1] Christopher Huntington
Gender Male
Christening[1] 25 Jul 1624 Norwich, Norfolk, EnglandSt. Andrew
Marriage 7 Oct 1652 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United StatesRecorded at Norwich.
to Ruth Rockwell
Death[2] est 1691 Norwich, New London, Connecticut, United States (probably)
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Simon Huntington, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 1045, Primary quality.

    Children... i CHRISTOPHER, bp. St. Andrew's, Norwich, 25 July 1624; m. Windsor 7 October 1652 Ruth Rockwell (recorded in Norwich [ NoVR 37]), daughter of WILLIAM ROCKWELL .

  2. Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 2:503-504.

    HUNTINGTON, CHRISTOPHER, Norwich, s. of that Simon, wh. d. of smallpox, on his passage from Eng. to Boston 1633, brot. with his brs. says the contem. ch. rec. of Roxbury, by their mo. Margaret, wh. liv. at R. until 1635 or 6, when hav. m. Thomas Stoughton of Dorchester, the fam. rem. to Windsor; bef. com. of age he was at Saybrook, there liv. many yrs. was freem. 1658, but m. at Windsor, 7 Oct. 1652, Ruth, d. of William Rockwell, had Christopher, b. Jan. 1653, d. soon; Ruth, Apr. 1658; Christopher, again, 1 Nov. 1660, the first male of the new town of Norwich; Thomas, 18 Mar. 1664; John, 15 Mar. 1666; Susanna, Aug. 1668; Lydia, Aug. 1672; and Ann, 25 Oct. 1675; and he d. prob. 1691, tho. it is not ment. in rec. Ruth m. Samuel Pratt of Saybrook, and d. 1683; and Susanna m. 10 Dec. 1685, Samuel Griswold. Descend. of this man and his br. Simon have been of the most reput. charact. in civ. and eccles. and milit. serv. especially in the war of Independ. Tradit. for a wonder, made the com. of the ancest. many yrs. later than the truth; but to show its capacity for error, it ridiculous. carr. him to Conn. riv. where not more than three ships from Eng.in the century and a half bef. our Revo. came; and at the time of his emigr. near the close of the reign of Charles I. as it tells, he had br. Samuel, "a capt. of the King's life guard, much in his favor." Of this absurdity a hardihood of conject. may suggest, that it means capt. of the guard of the royal prison. during his sad confinem. at Carisbrook castle. See Geneal. Reg. I. 343, and the sweet morsel repeat. in V. 163. Had the story nam. the place of resid. in Eng. we should be more grateful, and almost forgive the common looseness of the modern fam. legend with its careless chronol.